Category Archives: LDM

Webinars from ZyLAB and LDM Global

I do not catch the news of all the webinars which take place about e-discovery / e-disclosure. Their announcements fly by on Twitter or elsewhere and are gone before I can pick them up. Two of them came by today, … Continue reading

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Far and wide eDiscovery at the Chilli IQ conference in Sydney

Sometimes an unconscious theme develops during conferences. Appropriately, perhaps, given the “IQ” element in the organiser’s name, the point which recurred in Sydney was the use of human intelligence in parallel with the processing power and clever technology to get … Continue reading

Posted in Australian courts, Discovery, e.law, Early Case Assessment, eDisclosure, eDiscovery, eDiscovery Tools, Electronic disclosure, Equivio, FTI Technology, Judges, KPMG, LDM, Litigation Support, Nuix, RingTail | Leave a comment

Learning in good company at IQPC e-Disclosure Conference in Brussels

I got back late on Thursday from IQPC’s Information Retention and E-Disclosure Management Europe conference in Brussels. I was on three panels on the first day, attended several others, met or re-met countless people, and yet seemed in retrospect to … Continue reading

Posted in Altien, Discovery, DocuMatrix, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, eDisclosure Conferences, eDiscovery, Electronic disclosure, Epiq Systems, FTI Technology, Guidance Software, HP, IBM, IQPC, KPMG, LDM, Legal Inc, Litigation Support, Recommind | Leave a comment

LexisNexis and LDM joint venture

LexisNexis and LDM Global were hosts at a party on 6 November at the Andaz Hotel at Liverpool Street. The occasion was a link-up between them which brings together LDM’s role as a provider of a wide range of legal … Continue reading

Posted in Case Management, Courts, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, eDiscovery, Electronic disclosure, LDM, LexisNexis, Litigation, Litigation Support, Part 31 CPR | Leave a comment

Practical Guidelines for e-Disclosure Management

Litigation solicitors in private practice and in-house lawyers would have done well to be at the Ark Group conference last week. Run over two days within spitting distance of the Tower, it had the title Adopting Practical Guidelines to e-Disclosure … Continue reading

Posted in Anacomp, Autonomy, Autonomy ZANTAZ, Case Management, CaseLogistix, CaseMap, Court Rules, Courts, CPR, Data Protection, Discovery, DocuMatrix, Document Retention, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, eDisclosure Conferences, eDiscovery, Electronic disclosure, Forensic data collections, FoxData, Guidance Software, LDM, LexisNexis, Litigation Readiness, Litigation Support, Part 31 CPR | Leave a comment

Attracting readers for electronic disclosure

I do not have any sophisticated means of tracking the visitors to this blog, but WordPress shows me which pages have been read how many times and allows me to distinguish between real views and those made by crawlers and … Continue reading

Posted in Case Management, CaseMap, Court Rules, Courts, CPR, Discovery, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, eDiscovery, Epiq Systems, LDM, LDSI, Litigation Support, OutIndex, SEO, Web Sites and Blogs | Leave a comment

LDM shows CaseMap integration

Regular readers will know that I am an enthusiast for CaseMap as a low-cost tool both for its primary purpose – the linking of litigation facts to issues – and as a simple way to handle disclosure. If today’s postings … Continue reading

Posted in Case Management, CaseMap, Commercial Court, Court Rules, Courts, CPR, Discovery, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, eDiscovery, LDM, LexisNexis, Litigation Support | Leave a comment

Anacomp buys CaseLogistix

Anacomp Inc, a large US provider of document and business process management solutions, has acquired CaseLogistix, the evidence and litigation management software company from Nashville, Tennessee.

Posted in CaseLogistix, E-Discovery Suppliers, eDisclosure, LDM, LegalTech, Litigation Support | Leave a comment